Thomson Reuters Delivers Efficient Enterprise Access To Industry Standards With Enhanced Techstreet Subscriptions

    Techstreet, a business of the Intellectual Property & Science division of Thomson Reuters and the world’s leading provider of industry codes and standards, today announced the launch of the newly enhanced “Techstreet Subscriptions”.  This improved enterprise offering for web-based management and distribution of Techstreet information provides technical, engineering and R&D professionals with accurate and easy access to current and relevant industry standards.

    “Techstreet Subscriptions is an essential tool for any corporation seeking quick and current access to the latest industry-critical information,” said Michael Long, central quality manager, Cameron International, an enterprise-wide user of Techstreet data. “Enhanced search options and ease of use make this a powerful service that will save time and increase our employee productivity.”

    The Techstreet Subscription service, which provides unlimited access to a controlled set of documents for multiple users in one or more locations, now has faster and more responsive search options to locate documents quickly. These include suggested search, filtered search and the ability to save searches for future use. Users can also learn of newly added, relevant industry standards with a new document notification center for managing content alerts. A redesigned user interface offers a clean and modern look for easy navigation.

    “Techstreet Subscriptions is setting the standard as the leading web-based platform for fast, easy and accurate access to online standards across small, medium and large organizations,” said Todd Fegan, vice president and general manager of Techstreet. “We are pleased to provide our customers with the powerful tools they need to do their jobs efficiently.”

    Techstreet, part of Thomson Reuters, uses advanced Web technologies to speed delivery of industry codes and standards to engineers and technical professionals worldwide. Anyone can freely and easily search an online database of over 500,000 codes, standards and technical books aggregated from over 350 of the world’s leading authorities. Standards are available for individual purchase in PDF and print, or as an enterprise license through Techstreet Subscriptions. For more information, visit